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Spring “Break” at UGAMI

[caption id="attachment_1891" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Students from Rockford University (Illinois) seining fish at Nannygoat Beach.[/caption] As university campuses across the country pause for spring break, teaching and research activities at UGAMI ramp-up.  Faculty and students from universities all over the U.S. take advantage of the break in...

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Undergraduate Internships Available

Applications are now open for undergraduate internships with the Georgia Coastal Ecosystems – Long-Term Ecological Research program (GCE – LTER).  This project is part of the National Science Foundation’s Long-Term Ecological Research Network.  The GCE – LTER is centered at the University of Georgia Marine...

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Seafaring gators connect marine and freshwater habitats

[caption id="attachment_1645" align="alignleft" width="300"] Adult American alligator on the beach at Sapelo Island. Photo by James Nifong.[/caption] Research conducted at UGAMI shows that American alligators are an important link between freshwater and coastal marine ecosystems.  James Nifong and Brian Silliman, part of the NSF-funded Georgia Coastal...

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Chris Craft publishes new book on wetland restoration

[caption id="attachment_1516" align="alignleft" width="169"] Prof. Chris Craft with his new book at Sapelo Island, site of much of his work.[/caption] Indiana University Professor and UGAMI Faculty Affiliate, Christopher Craft, has just published a new book titled Creating and Restoring Wetlands: From Theory to Practice. Given the...

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